Question about Canon PIXMA iP1800 Printer
Have you removed any tape which may have covered the ports on the cartridges?
Before swapping the old for the new, did you clean the interfaces between the cartridges and the ports inside the printer?
These areas inside the printer can become clogged with either old ink, or with paper dust and when this happens, it sends false signals to the printer, as you are seeing now.
Try cleaning these areas and see whether your printer responds as it should when you've finished.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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